Last Update October 6, 2016


  • Aircraft, Helicopter, UAV, Spacecraft & related equipment
  • Composites, Plastics & Rubber
  • Electrical, Electronics & Electro-optics
  • Engines, Propulsion, Power Generation
  • Infrastructure, Construction & Civil Engineering
  • Military, Tactical, Logistic Support Vehicles & related equipment
  • Ships, Vessels, Submarines & related equipment

GE Aviation designs, develops, and manufactures jet and turboprop engines, components, and integrated systems for military, commercial, business and general aviation aircraft, and ship propulsion applications worldwide. The company offers avionics, electrical power, digital systems, structures, propeller, propulsion, exhaust energy recovery, and DLE combustor systems. It also provides canopies, windscreens, pylons, refueling probes, and fuel tanks; machined metallic assemblies, such as ribs, brackets, spreader plates, support structure, and jacking points; upper and lower panels, gear beam fittings and panel support structure; engine nacelles; and wing fixed trailing edge components. It also provides integrated propeller systems; and diesel engines, military gas turbines, commercial gas turbines, propulsion systems, exhaust energy recovery systems, and dry low emissions combustor systems for marine. In addition, the company offers engineering and forecasting, planning, logistics and management, and material services; digital services and data analytics; and test, repair, and overhaul services. GE Aviation was formerly known as GE Aircraft Engines and changed its name to GE Aviation in October 2005. The company was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. It has facilities in the United States and internationally.

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  • 210 Columbian Ave., VT 05701, Rutland, United States of America
  • +18027739121
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